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Anyone tried out the ts performance 6pos? How do you like it?
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Ts chip is just a generic chip.... they are good but in no way compare with custom tune chips...

check out Tony Wildman Performance Chips

another great choice is a PHP chip

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Ts chip is just a generic chip.... they are good but in no way compare with custom tune chips...

check out Tony Wildman Performance Chips

another great choice is a PHP chip

-Raul
Thanks for the quick reply.

That was the other 6pos i was looking at from php.
is the php worth the difference in price compared to the ts from thouroughbred diesel? Thats my big question.
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yes custom tunes are worth the price over a generic ts chi....

what else have you done to the truck? what year is it? there are supporting mods that should be done with the install of a chip

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yes custom tunes are worth the price over a generic ts chi....

what else have you done to the truck? what year is it? there are supporting mods that should be done with the install of a chip

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I was looking at either the ts or the phoenix from php.

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planning on hpop and injectors eventually
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between those two options i would go with the PHP chip....
ok. just out of curiosity what makes you go with php.....its not generic like the ts ?
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I have only had a ts chip. I love it. Now if I had a custom tune chip i may love that more. However I have contacted several companies asking if it would be worth having mine reburnt. All told me without new injectors i would not see much of a difference.

So I have the TS 6 position chip and I love it.

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I have only had a ts chip. I love it. Now if I had a custom tune chip i may love that more. However I have contacted several companies asking if it would be worth having mine reburnt. All told me without new injectors i would not see much of a difference.

So I have the TS 6 position chip and I love it.
Thanks for the input. I appreciate it.

So im guessing beans is a better burn than php though haha. choices choices.....
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